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The Cammie G. Henry Research Center located in the Watson Memorial Library at Northwestern State University is home to Louisiana documents spanning a wide range of subjects and disciplines, including colonial Louisiana, Creole culture and t he Melrose collection.

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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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Northwestern State University
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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Northwestern State University
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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Northwestern State University
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
Topic: The Journal of François Mignon
Northwestern State University
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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Northwestern State University
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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Northwestern State University
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
Topic: The Journal of François Mignon
Northwestern State University
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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Northwestern State University
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
Topic: The Journal of François Mignon
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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Northwestern State University
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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Northwestern State University
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
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Northwestern State University
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
Topic: The Journal of François Mignon
Northwestern State University
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François Mignon's Journal begins on October 26, 1939 when he departs Penn Station in New York City for Shreveport, Louisiana, and he continued to keep it every day except Saturdays for the next 30 years. Volumes for 1942 and 1943 were not located. The entries resume in 1944. The Journal ends in February 1970 following a series of events, including the death of J. H. Henry, Melrose Plantation's owner, and subsequent sale of the plantation. Prior to these events, Mignon had suffered a stroke...
Topic: The Journal of François Mignon